Warren G. Harding Teacher Resources
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For this everyday editing worksheet, students correct grammatical mistakes in a short paragraph about President Warren G. Harding. The errors range from punctuation, grammar, spelling, and capitalization.
If you really want to cover the flavor of the Roaring Twenties, use this presentation. The 1920s are categorized into politics, culture, music, policy, and social issues that divided the nation. Each main header contains several subsequent slides full of great information and hyperlinks. If I were a movie critic, I'd give this one two thumbs up!
Seventh graders become familiar with historical trends by studying the period from 1880-1948. In this After Reconstruction lesson, 7th graders participate in a research project and emcee a panel discuss similar to Meet the Press. Students locate events in African American history highlighting problems of African Americans.
Students study the leaders of the isolationist movement within the United States and the causes of the isolationist movement, they recognize and compare the perceptions of both the isolationists within the US and those who took a more global view.
For this online interactive history quiz worksheet, students respond to 50 multiple choice questions about the accomplishments of Woodrow Wilson. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this President Calvin Coolidge worksheet, students read a 4 page description of the life and presidency of President Calvin Coolidge. This reading discusses his upbringing, career, family and death. Students then answer 8 multiple choice questions about the information they just read. The answers are on the last page.
Students take a closer look at the 2010 midterm elections. In this U.S. government lesson, students watch a PBS news video about the elections and determine the role that economics played in the elections.
Students complete a variety of activities (using the Washington Post Newspaper) that reinforce concepts involved in sports writing.
Eleventh graders research and examine the significant individuals of the 1920s and their impact on American society. They identify characteristics of people who make a difference, and in pairs conduct research on two people with differing points of view from the 1920s. Each pair presents a dialogue performed as the two people researched.
Students, after researching and studying presidential scandals, play the role of a congress member and investigate the Teapot Dome Scandal and other presidential scandals. They assess the history, people, places, events and issues involved in each one.
In this science and engineering worksheet, students use dimensional analysis to solve each of the problems stated on the sheet. They illustrate their work and how they arrived at their answers by using significant figures for their final answer.
In this online interactive history worksheet, students respond to 7 short answer and essay questions about the Great Depression. Students may check some of their answers on the interactive worksheet.
In this matching worksheet, 6th graders match the U. S. president with an act, trial, policy, or event that occurred during his presidency. Students match 25 answers.
Young scholars analyze foreign policy. In this Fourteen Points lesson, students examine Wilson's Fourteen Points, explore Allied reaction to the Points, and compare Wilson's foreign policy to the Versailles Treaty.
In this geometry worksheet, students create words making a right angles each time. There are 50 questions to be solved with an answer key.
In this online interactive history quiz worksheet, students respond to 50 multiple choice questions about the accomplishments of Theodore Roosevelt. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
As Inauguration Day approaches, prepare your learners by researching the protocol of years past.
Students study the United States Presidents through a variety of activities, games, and puzzles. In this United States President lesson plan, students are introduced to the Presidents and the role the president has played throughout American history. This lesson plan contains eight different activities and four games or puzzles. Portraits of each President is included.
Students explore and discuss Woodrow Wilson's concepts for peace and the League of Nations, and efforts to foster American support for it, and discuss the opposition to the League in the Senate.
In this President Herbert Hoover worksheet, students read a 4 page article on the history of Hoover's life and presidency and then answer 10 true and false questions.